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and billions on waste and abuse, how did that sit with the media. and actually watched cnn? and once a media darling, now, not the so much. >> what did you say? >> (bleep). >> jon: on the panel this week, judy miller, columnist cal thomas. jim pinkerton contributing editor. and daily beast columnist kirsten powers. i'm jon scott. fox news watch is on right now. now. >> high drama at the supreme court. nine justices taking on a central issue of american life, gay marriage. today the court wrestled with profound questions, what is a family, what is the purpose of marriage? >> today the supreme court began two days of hearings on one of the most contentious issues of our time. for the first time the court is considering whether same-sex couples have a constitutional right to marry. >> the u.s. supreme court today took on the right to marry one of the same sex. they're taking on two cases over two days and with anything the court touches, anything can happen. it's up to the ruling of the nine justices. public opinion has been changing fast on this subject. it's moved quickly in the past few yea
in the united states because of a steady change happening in catholic churches across the country. cnn's tom foreman has today's "american journey." >> reporter: appearance of the spanish speaking pope from across the atlantic electrified the crowd in italy and lit up u.s. shores, too. >> full of joy. happy. very happy. >> as we say in latin america, papa. >> reporter: over the past few decades, american catholic churches like this one in d.c. have undergone a profound transformation the number of hispanic members has been soaring, pushed so fast by immigration and birth that they now account for one out of every three catholics here. >> and it's a number that's likely to continue to rise because latino catholics tend to be younger than catholics as a whole. only half of all catholics under the age of 40 today are hispanic. >> reporter: many white catholics have been slipping away from church amid sexual abuse scandals, debates over abortion rights and role of women, hispanic arrivals have more than made up for the losses, so much so catholics still comprise about a quarter of the country, j
a great weekend. >>> hello, every. i'm fredericka whitfield. welcome to the "cnn newsroom." a look at our top stories right now. >>> in just two days, all eyes will be focused squarely on the vatican sistine chapel that's where the cardinals will be casting their first vote for a new pope. cnn's ben wedeman is in rome. >> reporter: frederica, today, we saw the cardinals fanning out around rome, going to their so-called titular churches, the churches they are affiliated with. many of those churches cramped not just with worshippers but also with the media, very eager to get any sort of nuggets about the upcoming conclave. we did for instance, hear timothy dolan, the cardinal from new york, saying he is hope something a quick conclave and that he can go home soon because, as he told one of our producers, he is running out of clean socks. now, really, the real action here begins tuesday morning when the cardinals will be moving into the special residence where they will be staying during the conclave. in the morning on tuesday they will also be holding special prayers for the leeks of a new
're in the "cnn newsroom." i'm don lemon. thank you so much for joining us. we're going to get you up to speed on the day's headlines. >> i had no intentions of doing anything like that. i'm sorry i put you guys through this. >> the verdict is guilty. a juvenile court judge found two teenagers in steubenville, ohio, guilty of raping a drunken class mate and one of them guilty of posting a nude photo of the girl on the internet. the world was watching the case. we'll talk about their sentences and hear from the people there coming up on cnn. >> pope francis gave his first new blessing today before a cheering crowd of more than 200,000 people in st. peter's square. forgiveness was a key theme in the pope's address and a rare move for a pope, he walked into the crowd to greet people. he also sent out a message on his twitter account asking people to continue to pray for him. we'll talk more about the new pope's down to earth style next hour with religion professor present strong. >> amtrak has resumed rail service between two major east coast hubs, boston and new york. it was interrupted by a fre
, a check of your top stories in the cnn newsroom. >>> from cnn headquarters in atlanta, this is cnn sunday morning. america's one-time tennis sweetheart is finding herself in trouble with the law. why cops requested an arrest warrant for jennifer capri -- capriati. >> how the soda ban will affect you and coffee drinkers, brace yourselves. >>> if you're making tons much money on tv, well, you just might be a redneck. comedian dean observe dal a explains why for hollywood being a redneck is all about the green. good morning. i'm brianna keilar in for brandy kay. thanks for starting your morning with us. first up, the cardinals who will choose the next spiritual leader of the roman catholic church are spreading out to celebrate masses. tuesday, they will all be in one place. the vatican. cnn's jonathan mann walks us through the top secret process to pick the new pope. >> it's the oldest enduring electoral system in the world. many of its traditions have been unchanged for centuries. the conclave, which literally means locked with a key, dates back to a time when cardinals were locked in until
a great weekend. >>> hello, everyone. welcome to the "cnn newsroom." i'm fredricka whitfield. topping our news at this hour -- who is killing the prosecutors in kaufman county, texas. questions are swirling after a texas district attorney and his wife were found shot to death in their home. what is the connection to the murder of an assistant district attorney two months ago? we've got the latest. >>> and pope francis leads easter sunday mass with a huge crowd at st. peter's square but making it personal for at least one worshipper. we'll tell you how this non-traditional pontiff is leading the way. first to kaufman county texas. the deaths of district attorney mike mcclellan and his wife cynthia are shaking that community. it is about 30 miles outside dallas but adding to the shock is that this comes two months after an assistant district attorney was murdered. he was gunned down in a courthouse parking lot. listen to what the sheriff had to say when asked about a potential connection. >> do you believe that these murders yesterday are definitively connected to the murder -- >> i can't s
trainer julian michaels joins us live tomorrow. and cnn newsroom with carol costello begins right now. >>> happening now in the newsroom, breaking overnight. a final good-bye to pope benedict. now the conclave, 115 cardinals, secret ballots, when will we see the white smoke? also, a car in flames. the driver passed out at the wheel, and the heroic officer who saved him. >>> good-bye, mr. bloomberg, hello again, big gulp. >> this was a way to remind you, if you want 32 ounces you have to take two cups and maybe would you only take one. >> it ain't over yet, the ban on sugary drinks. >> and you are live in the cnn newsroom. good morning, thank you for joining me. i'm carol costello. we begin at the vatican. a new pope could be named hours from now these are the cardinal who's will elect the next leader of the catholic church. they gathered to pray for guidance as they head into an election with no clear front-runner and erupted into applause at the mention of pope benedict, whose shocking resignation underscores the uncertain times facing the church. >> the beloved and venerable pontiff
headquarters in atlanta, somehow got on the roof and draped his twitter handle over the cnn logo. in december 2012 then pope benedict became the first pontiff to tweet using the handle@pontifex. francis is already tweeting frequently and finally my personal favorite, my first tweet. ali is trying out this twitter thing, somewhat uncertain what to say. my tweets have become i hope more informative and entertaining than the first one and i would like to take this opportunity to thank all of you. if you aren't on twitter, sign up and follow me. the rewards are never ending. i do read nearly every tweet you send me and respond to many of them and props to tweets i like and not afraid to call you out if i disagree with you. thanks for joining the conversation this week. we're here every saturday at 1 p.m. eastern and weekdays at 3:30 p.m. have a great weekend. >>> hello, everyone. i am fredrika whitfield. welcome to the "cnn newsroom." here is what we're watching. two teen boys are accused of shooting this baby in cold blood. the mother of the child is talking to cnn. this is interstate 70 in colo
, the prices have not been set yet. at the titanic memorial in washington, cnn. >>> those life boats are key. i'm alina cho, at the cnn headquarters in atlanta. "the situation room" with wolf blitzer starts now. >>> his life was ripped apart by the newtown connecticut massacre, now a grieving father makes a plea. >>> also, a wave of deadly violence, and new political upheaval in iraq. i'll talk to cnn's arwa damon who is back, we want to welcome our viewers from the united states and around the world. i'm wolf blitzer, you're in "the situation room". >>> all that and more coming up but first let's check in with the cnn center in atlanta for the latest headlines. >> all right, well, thank you, i'm alina cho, at the cnn headquarters in atlanta. the cuts once considered too painful to consider are now the law of the land. president obama and congressional republicans could not reach a compromise to avoid the $85 billion in automatic cuts. they will not happen all at once, but instead they will come over time. they are pointing fingers at each other over their failure to reach a deal. >> probably w
endured. >> this week's cnn hero refused to accept the fate. it's now illegal in the homeland of kenia. still persists in some rural areas. but this woman is challenging that tradition. >> i avoided the ceremony. most of the girls are mutilated when they are 12. i really liked going to school. i knew that once i got to it, i will be married off and my dream of becoming a teacher will end. i had to face my dad and say i will only go through the testing if you let me go back to school. it was then the morning, using a very old rusty knife, with no anesthesia. i can never forget that day. eventually, i was the first girl in my community to go to college in the u.s.. i came back to my village to set a school for girls so they too can go to college. when girls start at our school, they are very shy. over time, we see them change. they are doing very well. the most exciting thing, our work is about empowering the girls. these girls can say no to being cut. they can dream of becoming lawyers, teachers, doctors, and we see my daughter do better than my son. i came back for girls in my communit
.m. eastern and find me on have a great weekend. >>> you're in the cnn newsroom. a look at the top stories now. the pentagon is taking nuclear threats from north korea so seriously that it is ramping up missile defense on the west coast. reports say north korea test fired two short range missiles into the waters this past week. u.s. defense secretary chuck hagel says he wants to make it clear they stand firm against aggression. he says 14 extra missile defenses will be up and running by 2017. >> the reason that we're doing what we're doing and the reason that we're advancing our program here for homeland security is to not take any chances, to stay ahead of the threat. to ensure any contingency and that's why we made the decision we have. >> i will talk to a security expert that will break down the latest threat and the u.s. response. two teenaged girls took the stand for the defense in the rape trial of two high school football stars in steubenville, ohio. the alleged rain of a 26-year-old girl happened last august during a full night of partying. one girl said the vict
. you're a nice lady. >>> happening right now on cnn, a college sports team on the way to a game when their bus crashes. two on board are dead. many others are hurt. >>> another crash in florida. this one a hot air balloon. among the injured, an nfl player. the latest on his condition. >>> oh, bloomberg's not around. we're cool. >> sarah palin takes on new york city mayor michael bloomberg and the gop. >>> a grisly discover at an airport. you're in the "cnn newsroom." i'm don lemon. accusations after rape, a town torn apart. marathon trial days, it's all come down to a verdict that's happening in 12 hours. tomorrow at 10:00 a.m. eastern, a court judge in steubenville, ohio, will give his decision in the trial of two high school football players, trent mays and malik richmond, accused of raping a 16-year-old girl who was reportedly passed out drunk. the prosecutor says it made her, quote, the perfect victim, while the defense called her credibility into question. >> she has a reputation -- i'm not saying this, i'm not blaming or smearing this witness. her friends td this court that she
week. >>> hello, everyone. welcome to the "cnn newsroom." i'm fredricka wit field. guilty as charged, that's the verdict for two high school football player from steubenville, ohio. they were convicted today of raping a girl after heavy partying. trent mays and malik richmond broke down as the verdict was read. richmond's mother openly wept. and after the verdict was read, richmond's father made an emotional plea to the judge and to the victim's family. >> i hope somewhere in your hearts that you can forgive trent and malik for the pain that they have caused your daughter. and put you through. i know that god -- >> soon after the judge announced the boys' sentences, a minimum of one year for richmond, two years for mays, poppy harlow was in the courtroom as all of this played out. she's joining us live. describe the atmosphere in the room as the verdict was read. family members tried their hardest to plea for some forgiveness from the victim's family as well as from the judge. >> that's true, fredricka, but this is an incredibly serious crime. the crime of rape. both boys found guilt
or click today. aarrggh! >>> i'm carol costello. thank you so much for joining us today. "cnn newsroom" continues right now with ashleigh banfield. >> thanks very much, carol. hello, everyone. nice to have you with us today. let the conclave begin. ♪ it is official. a few final prayers, and then it is off to sistine chapel for the 115 princes of the church. one of whom will emerge from the conclave as the brand-new pope. and if they are deeare keeping schedule and they very much are keeping to their schedule, the cardinal electors of the catholic church are in the palmene chapel right now, prepe for a short walk to the sistine chapel in what could be the biggest decision of their lives. they and a enthusiasm fellow clergy begun this day with this, a mass in st. peter's basilica. while it was designated, quote, mass of the pontiff elective, they did thought forget the pope that just stepped down. >> translator: such an interior attitude is ours today as we wish to offer ourselves to the father in heaven to thank him for the holy existence that he reserves in the holy church and in par
on cnn. >> hello, everyone. you're in the "cnn newsroom." whatever the outcome, it is a trial that stained a teen's reputation and strained friendships in the town of steubenville, ohio, and it is almost over. tomorrow could be the last day of testimony in the case of two high school football players accused of raping a 16-year-old girl and a series of alcohol fueled parties back in august. just minutes ago the girl finished testifying against the defendants, trent mays and malique richmond. poppy harlow has been in court all day today and is updating us now. tell us what the girl said. >> reporter: good evening, don. this case has captured national attention because of all of the social media surrounding it, controversy over whether these boys were given preferential treatment or not because they are star football players and none of that matters right now. it is all about what is said in the courtroom and the state rested its case after the alleged victim that 16-year-old girl took the stand for about two hours this evening and here in the court right behind me. it was emoti
time here, election sunday a day away. test your bracket skills against me and other cnn personality in the official ncaa march madness bracket challenge game. go to, join the cnn group to see if you can pick a better bracket than i can. i never win. i get close but never win. >>> this is gross. roaches, roaches everywhere, that was a story on a greyhound bus from atlantic city to new york friday. passengers shot video of the bugs crawling out of air vents, up the windows, even over passengers, not surprisingly, most of the people on the bus were disgusted. >> roaches started crawling on our clothes, everything. >> like a thousand roaches. i say infested, i mean infested. >> the man had roaches on his coat. the lady had a roach on her hat. it was terrible. >> the roach problem became apparent, the bus driver immediately pulled over, greyhound sent a replacement. the company apologized for the inconvenience and is now investigating. believe me, ain't nobody got time for that. thank you so much for joining us. see you back here in an hour. i am going to talk to the mot
are nothing new, but north korea's top leadership is new. cnn's anna corn is in seoul right now for us. anna, it's monday morning there. any indication that north korea has done anything more than just threaten to remove the armistice? >> reporter: don, not at this stage. we don't have any word from north korea to say that it has nullified the armistice agreement, which as you say ended the korean war back in 1953, but certainly they have been the threats that we've been hearing all of last week. this was in the lead up to those u.n. sanctions that were passed unanimously by the security council. we also had that threat of a pre-emptive nuclear strike on the united states and on south korea and then yesterday, don, we also heard from north korea that it was ready for war. so all this rhetoric, we are used to it, but not at this capacity, not at this intensity, which is why people here in seoul are a little bit concerned as to what this could mean. could this mean a military provocation from north korea? a raid or an armed skirmish to make the rest of the world take notice of north korea and
for the championship. going to show you how to join the cnn bracket challenge in just a little bit. >>> this is cnn "newsroom." i'm suzanne malveaux. up ahead, cyber attacked on a florida election is raising alarms about security at the voting systems across the country. so this attack involved more than 2,500 phantom requests for absentee ballots during the august primary. our chris lawrence who has been digging into this. chris, what do we know, election officials now being able to detect that something happened, something was wrong. how did they do that? >> basically two things really jumped out at them, suzanne. they looked at two things. one, the fact that all of these requests were coming from what looked like the same computers. also, they were coming in so quickly they figured no human being could enter that much information that quickly. those were two big red flags. then they started to look further and determine that the internet -- the i.p. addresses of these computers were blocked. once investigators were able to dig in and look at them, it turned out that all of these i.p. addresses w
what you think and you can also follow me on twitter. we have top stories in the cnn newsroom. >>> from cnn world headquarters in atlanta, this is "cnn sunday morning." coming up, spring may be here, so is the snow from denver todayton. it seems like old man winter just doesn't want to let go. she watched in horror as her infant was shot in the head. now this georgia mother has a message for her son's accused killers. >> you killed an innocent human life. and that i hope you die for it. >>> mayor michael bloomberg has a message of his own for all you gun owners. >> background checks have nothing to do with taking guns away from anyone. >> the new tv ad hitting air waves tomorrow that he's behind. and if you want to get hitched, don't come here. >> we hope to be a witness to our own denomination. >> this north carolina church says no more straight weddings until gays can say i do. >>> rise and shine. sunday is waiting for you. i'm christi paul. so glad to have your company. 8:00 here in the east. let's talk about what everybody's talking about today. the gridlocked interstates, the cance
for the three-pointer. march madness is here. you're live in the cnn newsroom. good morning. thank you so much for being with me. i'm carol costello. we begin this morning with the story about the cruelty of two cultures. the voyeurism of social media and the idle worship of high school sports stars. today trent mays and ma'lik richmond begin their first full day of serving their sentences in jewel any of detention. a judge in steubenville, ohio found them guilty of raping a drunk 16-year-old girl and then celebrating her assault on social media. prosecutors say those postings first alerted the victim to what really happened while she was passed out. and they used that evidence to expose the privileged lives of sports stars in small towns. >>> and the state's top prosecutor is calling for a gland jury to take another look at the case to make sure the whole truth has been exposed. cnn's poppy harlow has more for you. >> reporter: the mother of the 16-year-old victim spoke out for the first time since trents mays and ma'lik richmond raped her daughter saying this after court ended. >> it did not
? stay tuned, we'll tell you the correct answer, go to for more of the gps challenge. also remember, if you miss a show, go to itunes. you can get the audio podcast for free or you can buy the video version. this week's book of the week is david shambaugh's "china goes global." one of the world's top china experts talks to chinese leaders, uses detailed research and demonstrates the nature and extent of china's global power and ambitions. but perhaps most surprisingly, its limitations, if you think china is about to take over the world, you need to read this excellent book. now for the last look -- tensions are high enough between israel and post revolution egypt, but now they threat ton get truly biblical. you see the sinai, the border between the two nations has always been a point of contention, it's historically been one of israel's toughest spots to defend against illegal immigrants, against would-be terrorists, now there's a new kind of unwanted guest, swarming over the border -- locusts. now, if you remember your biblical history, it was egypt that
] what?! quattro!!!!! ♪ >>> hello again, i'm frederica wit field, hurt in cnn news radio. our top stories, criticism is growing over new rules from the transportation security administration. passengers will be able to carry small pocket knives on airplane he is starting april 25th. >> reporter: lawmakers speaking out today, ed marquee of massachusetts and chuck schumer, happens to be the third highest ranking democrat in the caucus in the senate says he is certainly not happy and he thinks this change is dangerous and he spoke to reporters on sunday, which is rare. here is what he had to say. >> the tsa ought to smell the coffee. >> reporter: you might call them pocket knives or swiss army knives, have blades smaller than 2.6 inches, a little bit longer than, say, your house key. lonts list of newly allowed things to carry on are ski poles, lacrosse stick and bill yard cues. of course, frederica, not hearing many arguments about those things, clearly unwieldy, it is the knifes that are the main issue here. as senator schumer saying, he thinks because they can folksily hurt an individual,
with a gun and a knife and that shows premeditation. >>> from cnn world headquarters in atlanta, this is "early start weekend." a horrific bus crash that left two people dead and sends a college sports team to the hospital. how a trip to a lacrosse tournament turned into such a nightmare for these folks. >>> strict diet regimen. two a day workouts and we're not talking about women, people. why men are are increasingly body obsessed. >>> you know it's st. patrick's day. do you know why guinness draft tastes different depending on your bartender. how to pour the perfect pint. >>> i saw a lot of people on the road that i usually don't see. i'm christi paul in for randi kaye. >>> all right, we want to begin with you this morning in steubenville, ohio, very odd on a sunday, but we're just hours from now where two high school football players on trial for rape are going to learn their fate. it is verdict day today. the judge is expected to hand down his decision around 10:00 a.m. eastern. we're talking about them being accused of raping a 16-year-old girl last summer. the girl said sh
and sunday. have a great weekend. >>> hello, welcome to the "cnn newsroom." i'm fredricka whitfield. two rising stars on an ohio high school football team now convicted rainists. today a judge in stubleville found 17-year-old trent mayes and another guilty of raining a 16-year-old girl. both boys apologize to the victim and her family but despite the emotional pleas from the boys and their family, the judge said the evidence against them was "profane and ugly" and sentenced them to a juvenile detention facility. a minimum of one year for richmond, two years for mayes. poppy harlow was in the courtroom. the evidence the judge was referring to included cell phone pictures taken of the victim and lurid text messages from the defendants. how much did social media play a role in this crime and in the judge's verdict? >> reporter: i think it played a big role. the judge came in this morning when this verdict was handed down and said again last night and this morning he reviewed all of the evidence, reread all of the text messages, social media was a big part of this because pictures of this vi
. that will wrap it up for sgmd. you can follow me on twitter. we have top stories the cnn newsroom. >>> happening now on cnn, heartbreak and hatred. a mother's emotional words to the teens accused of shooting and killing her baby. >> human life. and that i hope you die for it. >> we have word of a pregnant female. >> in colorado, a giant snowstorm wreaking havoc on drivers causing huge pile-ups. it's not over yet. a child is dead from a bizarre accident at a u.s. airport. how a 10-year-old was crushed to death in front of his family. >>> what was the fireball in the sky in the east coast? it caught nasa, astronomers and the f.a.a. off guard. i'm don e lemon in the cnn newsroom. those stories and more this hour. >>> you are about to see and hear a mother who experienced probably the worst thing that could happen to a parent. her baby in a stroller shot to death in front of her. it happened here in brunswick, georgia, a couple of days ago. police have two teenagers in custody who they believe pulled a gun on the baby's mother. then did the unthinkable. i want you to listen to this from an eyewitnes
headquarters in atlanta, smou got on the roof and trained his twitter handle over the cnn logo. in december 2012 pope benedict became the first pontiff to tweet using the handle @ponti handle @pontiffeffects. ali is trying out this twitter thing, someone uncertain as to what to say. my tweets have become i hope much more informative and entertaining than that first one. i want to thank all of you. if you don't, my handle i is @alivelshi. it only takes a few months to sign up. the rewards are never ending. i do read nearly every tweet you send to me. i give props to tweets i like and i'm not afraid to call you out if i disagree with you. we're here every saturday at 1:00 p.m. eastern. >>> hello, everyone. i'm fredricka whitfield. welcome to the newsroom. these are the top stories. >>> a spring snowstorm is bearing down on the midwest right now and headed east. heavy snow and strong winds are creating dangerous conditions. where the system is heading next. damplts pope francis led his first palm sunday service as cardinal. he reportedly supported civil unions. will he bring that style of lead
,000 dollars -- for a smartphone? is it that smart? you're in the cnn newsroom. i'm don lemon. we'll start with this. a real life nightmare for patient who is thought their biggest challenge would be recovering from dental surgery. hundreds of people around the tulsa oklahoma area. their cases, about 7,000 in all are linked to tulsa dentist dr. scott harrington. investigators say it was an unsanitary, chaotic and contaminated mess. straight to susan candiotti now live from tulsa. susan, have a lot of people shown up for the test so far? >> reporter: we know of about 200 so far. we'll get final numbers later tonight. the state asking 7,000 patients of dr. harrington's to be tested. that's after state inspectors here in oklahoma found what they call deplorable practices including expired drugs and rusty dental instruments that would have been used during oral surgery. you can imagine what patients are going through. this all started after authorities found a patient diagnosed -- or rather testing positive for hiv and hepatitis. subsequent tests show he was negative for hiv. but still authori
, cnn, new york. >>> when we come back, making the trains run faster in the united states. cnn investigates a $12 billion investment and whether your money has been wasted. >>> plus, an historic week over at the united states supreme court for the battle over same-sex marriage. we'll take you behind the scenes of one landmark case that is being argued right now. marjorie, i can't stand you. you're too perfect. even the inside of your dishwasher sparkles. okay. so i'm the bad guy for being clean. you said it. ladies, let's not fight dirty. cascade kitchen counselor. see, over time, finish gel can leave hard-water film on your dishes and dishwasher. new cascade platinum's triple-action formula not only cleans your dishes, it helps keep your dishwasher sparkling. so we're good? don't do that. okay. [ female announcer ] cascade's best is new cascade platinum. [ male announcer ] a car has a rather small rear-view mirror, so we can occasionally glance back at where we've been. it has an enormous windshield so we can look ahead to where we are going. now is always the time to go forwa
, a check of your top stories on the cnn "newsroom." >>> live and happening right now. winter weather at its worst. once-beautiful beachside homes now falling into the ocean. shut out. visitors to the white house turned away, no tours, because of forced budget cuts. >>> want to be a cop in this town? fill out an application, and take a lie detector test to prove you're not a racist. a rising star in women's mixed martial arts. only one thing. she was born a man. >>> and charged for laughing too loudly. there is nothing funny about this story. okay, well, maybe a little. hello, everyone, i'm don lemon. those stories and much more this hour right here in the cnn "newsroom." we're going to start with this weather emergency up on the massachusetts coast. i want you to take a look at what's happening in new bury and plum island. a wild winter storm causing houses to topple right into the water, just tipping them off their foundations. it's already a bad spot for beach erosion. but the weather this weekend is worse than some long-time residents have ever seen, they say. demolition crews are tearin
fine dining. >> reporter: cnn. >> i like fine dining. >> new york. >> i like fine dining, fine dining. look who i took to the white house correspondents association dinner a couple years ago. take a look at this picture. there she is, mila kunis. she was my date. how cool was that? remember, you can always follow what's going on in "the situation room" on twitter. just tweet me. tweet the show @cnnsitroom. i'm wolf blitzer in "the situation room." the news continues next on cnn. >>> hello, everyone. i'm don lemon. you're in the cnn "newsroom" now. we're about to take you live to a small town in south georgia where a baby is dead. two teenagers are charged with murder and a mother is beside herself with grief and shock. there's the town, brunswick, georgia, a quiet town on the ocean where violent crime almost never happens. a mother pushing her baby in a stroller says two school-aged boys tried to rob her at gunpoint and then shot her in the leg before killing her baby. people who heard the gunfire called 911. >> her baby has been shot. >> okay. listen to me, ma'am. is the baby breathi
of the people. >>> a cnn crew caught in the middle of a fire fight between u.s. forces and the taliban. you won't want to miss this exclusive story. i'm don lemon. you're in the "cnn newsroom." >>> a horrific double murder has people on edge in kauffman county, texas. here's what we know right now. someone is murdering prosecutors there. no suspects. no real motive. longtime district attorney mike mcclellan and his wife, cynthia, were shot dead in their home. a source says investigators found shell casings from a semiautomatic rifle. two months ago mcclellan vowed to put away the scum who murdered his assistant d.a., mark hasse, outside the county courthouse. listen. >> i hope that the people that did this are watching because we're very confident that we're going to find you, we're going to pull you out of whatever hole you're in, and we're going to bring you back and let the people of kaufman county prosecute you to the fullest tent of the law. anything you people can do to accelerate getting our hands on this scum, will be appreciated. >> right now the kaufman county sheriff is not officiall
to sex. cnn's papi harlow is in stubenville with the latest in court. papi? >> reporter: the alleged victim, a 16-year-old girl, was too drunk to make decisions, saying she was degraded several times over. also saying she was, quote, treated like a toy by the two defendants, 17-year-old trent mays and 16-year-old malik richmond. the defense council for both of those boys maintains they are, indeed, innocent. the state bears the burden of proof in this. now, one of the witnesses testified saying that the alleged victim, quote, got drunk extremely quickly that night, that they shared about half a bottle of smirnoff vodka throughout the course of the night. another victim talking about that infamous photo of them holding the girl seemingly unconscious. a witness did say that girl was conscious at the time the photo was taken, but she was drunk and could not lift her head. now, the defense has tried to poke holes in these witnesses' testimony, in multiple ways, but mainly saying the witnesses have reconstructed the memory of what happened because they've seen so much social media coverag
is turning "the tonight show" into diving competition. >> you're live in the cnn newsroom. good morning, thank you so much for being with me. i'm carol costello. we begin this morning in israel. rockets fly, a cease-fire wobbles and president obama's visit highlights the enormous challenges of trying to broker a peace deal. president obama wrapped up the meeting with mahmoud abbas, president of the palestinian authority. and the palestinians blamed for the latest tension. two rockets fired from gaza scratch into southern israel. no injuries, but still dealing a below to obama's push for israeli, palestinian peace talks. sara sidener in ramallah where this morning's meeting was held. tell us more about it, sara. >> reporter: let's be clear, when you say palestinians are responsible for the latest break, we are talking about gaza as opposed to the west bank. we need to be very clear about that. the palestinian authority is in control here, in the west bank. hamas in control in gaza. and that is where those rockets came from. no one has claimed responsibility, although we're hearing from o
most popular bed sets. sleep number. comfort individualized. . >> happening right now on cnn a college sports team on the way to a game when their bus crashes. two on board are dead and many others hurt. >>> another crash in florida and this one is a hot air balloon and among them injured is an nfl player. the latest on his condition. >>> oh, bloomberg is not around, our big gulp is safe. >> sarah palin takes on mayor bloomberg and the gop. >>> and plus a grisly discovery at an airport. maintenance workers discover a body in an elevator shaft. >>> accusations of rape and aer town torn apart and marathon trial days and it has come down to a verdict happening in 12 hour hours. tomorrow the judge will give his verdict of the trial of two high school boys who are accused of raping a 16-year-old girl who is passed out drunk. the prosecutor said that it quote made her the perfect victim while the defense called her credibility into question. >> she has a reputation and i'm not saying this or blaming or smearing this witness, because her friends told the court that she has a reputation for te
have so much more for you on "cnn sunday morning" which starts right now. >>> good morning. top of the morning to you, shall i say. i'm christi paul in for randi ka kaye. you're either up early or haven't gone to bed yet because you've been celebrating. i want to get you right now to a historic moment. live pictures from vatican city. pope francis, the first latin american pope in history is going to give here his first weekly blessing since becoming pope. let's listen. >> translator: brothers and sisters, good morning. after the first meeting last wednesday, i can greet you all again and be happy to be able to do it on a sunday on the lord's day. this is important for us christians to meet on sundays and to greet one another to talk to one another as we are doing in the square, a square which thanks to the media is as large as the world itself. on this fifth sunday of lent, the gospel presents the episode of the women caught in adultery whom jesus saves from being to death and this shows the attitude of jesus. we don't hear any words of censure or condemnation but mercy. i, not
brian todd, cnn, washington. >> can you follow us on twitter, just tweet me @wolfblitzer, and you can like us on facebook if you want. i am wolf blitzer in "the swaeuituation room." cnn continues next. >>> 7,000 people once patience of the same dentist now scheduled to be tested, and they may have hepatitis and hiv, and one town may soon require its residents to carry guns. >>> hear from the man that took a bullet for reagan and may have saved his life. marilyn monroe's suicide annual letters, and eisenhower's love notes, all up on the auction block. welcome, everybody. i am don lemon. hardly any of us like to go to the dentist, and a lot of people dread it and even fear it, and while we may not like it we trust our dentist to be competent and professional. but a story coming to us tonight from oklahoma represents the worst possible nightmare for a lot of people, dental patients from dr. scott harrington, and more than 400 of them were tested today for hiv and hepatitis. they are among thousands of patients that may have been exposed to hepatitis or hiv through harrington's office
: at least it was the relationship that ended up on the rocks and not jessica. jeanne moos, cnn, new york. >> amazing, amazing video. that's it for me. thanks ff watching. i'm wolf blitzer. the the news continues next on cnn. >>> live and happening now, winter weather at its worst. once beautiful beachside homes falling into the ocean. >>> gang warfare but this battle is not based in drugs or money. it's all about what's being said on social media. >>> don't go into the water unless you have a way with sharks. >>> one of the most famous college dropouts plans to change how future generations go to college. an interview with bill gates. >>> and -- ♪ i don't want to be another wave in the ocean ♪ >> bon jovi provided a sound track for a generation. he's talking to us. hello, everyone. i'm don lemon. all that ahead this hour. first, this. defense secretary chuck hagel is getting a firsthand look at how dangerous afghanistan remains 11 years into the war. also a direct message from the taliban. he's making his first visit since being appointed last month. . it began on a deadly note. a su
of marriage act which defines marriage as between a man and a woman. has been covering this very extensively. john, you recently followed some gay couples. i looked at some videos you had this morning, trying to get married in mississippi, a state that bans same-sex marriage. here's a clip of that. >> this application is a record, and it is a permanent record. but we're showing it's denied. >> i can't imagine what it might be like to be in your position, to have to tell people who clearly have a home together, share things and love each other -- >> i appreciate you all -- >> that's part of a story on by john sutter. also with us is ryan anderson of the heritage foundation. he's also written on this issue for ryan's most recent column argues that the court should not rewrite marriage laws. so first to john. what compelled you to get so invested in putting together these pieces on same-sex marriage for >> i think there's an incredible amount of bravery in that clip. mississippi is one of 29 states where gay people can be fired simply because of their sexua
elizabeth the second spending the night in a london hospital. here's cnn's royal correspondent max foster with the latest. >>> alina, the queen hasn't been in hospital for ten years, but she's in here overnight and cancelled a whole week's worth of public engagement. there is concern about whether or not this is more serious, we don't know whether it is, we do know shes has the symptoms at least of a stomach bug. she'll probably be in for a couple days. >> max, thank you very much. a remarkable announcement today by doctors dedicated to finding aids and. a little girl just two years old, once hiv positive, now declared free from the virus. cured. >> reporter: let's talk about what happened to this baby in mississippi. it's a fascinating story. the baby was born to an hiv positive mother. the baby was on anti-retro viral drugs for 15 months. at that time the mom stopped the drugs. she was off the drugs 8 to 10 months total. at her next appointment, there was no sign of hiv. what does this mean for other babies with hiv. here's what the folks at johns hopkins have to say. they say it may he
. >>> queen elizabeth the second night spending in a london hospital. here's cnn's royal correspondent max foster with the latest. >>> alina, the queen hasn't been in hospital for ten years, but she's in here overnight and she's canceled a whole week's worth of public engagements. there is concern about whether or not this is more serious, we don't know whether it is, we do know that she does have the symptoms at least of a stomach bug. it's been indicated that she'll probably be in for a couple of days, alina. >> max foster in london for us. max, thank you very much. meanwhile, back in this country, a remarkable announcement today by doctors dedicated to fighting aids and hiv. a little girl just two years old, once hiv positive, now declared free from the virus. cured. some details from our medical correspondent elizabeth cohen. >> reporter: let's talk about what happened to this baby in mississippi because it's a fascinating story. the baby was born to an hiv positive mother. the baby was on antiretroviral drugs for 15 months and then at around the time the mom took her off them. she sto
in. >> always a pleasure. >>> next hour of "cnn saturday morning" starts now. >>> she's a successful mixed martial arts fighter who set her sights on the ufc. one problem -- her opponents and the organization say they didn't know she was born a man. fighter fallon fox explains why she doesn't think she did anything wrong. >>> he's one of the most successful tv producers in the business, but he's also one half of a hollywood war. chuck lorre joins us live on fame, a new book, and his next big thing. >>> speaking of hollywood, a gutsy gamble by one prequel that it never had the rights to. a look at whether oz will be a smart hit or giant bomb. >>> good morning, everyone, i'm brian brianna keilar in for kay kay. we're so glad you're with us this morning. first up, defense secretary chuck hagel said the deadly attack in the afghan capital shows the challenges ahead as the u.s. prepares to pull out combat troops by the end of next year. nine people died when a suicide bomber blew himself up outside the afghan defense ministry. hagel was at a base about a mile from the blast. he was not hu
can at >>> still ahead, same sex marriage. we'll take you inside the supreme court for these historic hearings to hear from two people what it was like during today's proceedings. also, john mccain is politely asked to stop using the term, quote, illegal immigrants. his response was, anything but agreeab agreeab agreeable. you'll hear coming up. [ male announcer ] what are happy kids made of? bikes and balloons, wholesome noodles on spoons. a kite, a breeze, a dunk of grilled cheese. catches and throws, and spaghettio's. that's what happy kids are made of. campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. the people of bp made as commitment to the gulf., and every day since, we've worked hard to keep it. today, the beaches and gulf are open for everyone to enjoy. we've shared what we've learned, so we can all produce energy more safely. bp's also committed to america. we support nearly two-hundred-fifty thousand jobs and invest more here than anywhere else. we're working to fuel america for generations to come. our commitment has never been stronger. at od, whatever busine
ali velshi and me right back here at 1:00 p.m. eastern on "your money," "cnn saturday morning" continues right now. >>> good saturday morning to you, great to see you, i'm susan hendricks in today for randi kaye. 10:00 on the east coast. >>> we begin right outside washington this morning where conservatives are gathered to set their course for the future. it is the conservative political action conference or cpac. this is the last day of the conference which has featured republican heavy weights offering their advice for the party. paul steinhauser is back with us. joining us now from cpac. a lot of buzz around sarah palin, of course, paul. so what have you heard so far this morning besides that? >> well, speaking right now is michele bachmann from minnesota who you remember she ran for the republican presidential nomination. she's talking right now. a couple minutes ago, scott walker the republican governor of wisconsin was talking and he got a big -- a big realization. the future of the party is not going to come from here in washington but rather the state houses from the r
, march 13th. it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. welcome to cnn's special live coverage of conclave day two, the selection of a new pope. and right now, everyone affixed on the copper chimney atop the sistine chapel with cardinals voting again right now. yesterday, we saw black smoke, signaling they had failed in their first attempt to produce the next spiritual leader of the roman catholic church. just 30 minutes ago, the cardinals re-entered the sistine chapel to vote again. and 30 minutes from now, at 5:30 eastern, we could see white smoke if a new holy father has been chosen. if not, we will again see black smoke or white smoke at 7:00 a.m. eastern, marking the end of the morning voting session. and if necessary, the cardinals will return for afternoon voting. that is beginning at 11:00 a.m. eastern. we are truly on papal watch. let's get you out to rome. cnn's chris cuomo anchoring our coverage on this historic morning for the world's 1.2 billion catholics. and today's really the first full day that we will see. >> reporter: this is a very important day. good morning to you, zoraida. y
to the "cnn newsroom." i'm brianna keilar. monitoring live pictures from venezuela. a press conference under way there about the health of hugo chavez. we do understand from government sources that his healthy is very delicate. there are concerns about what this would mean to the future of venezuela, if indeed he is faring as poorly as we understand he is. we're going to continue to monitor the situation there in caracas. we have reporters on the ground and in atlanta to tell us exactly about the repercussions and exactly about what is health status is. we'll be checking that out shortly and bring that to you. >>> a storm slams the midwest and is barreling east on its way, it could drop a foot of snow in chicago. a live report on that moments away. >>> was it a bird, a plane or a drone? >> what did you say? >> we saw a drone. a drone aircraft. >> a pilot reports seeing a drone over brooklyn while he was landing. >>> then, sex, lies, audiotapes. jodi arias returns to the witness stand for the 15th day. she is accused of murder in the grisly death of her boyfriend. a look at this graphic case.
the chimney on the sistine chapel any time, all the time, live, at if you don't want to miss a thing, go to check it out right now. >>> meanwhile, other news. in oerls, a deepening mystery over the disappearance of an elementary school teacher. terrilyn monette was nominated teacher of the year and out celebrating almost two weeks ago. she was last seen about 4:00 a.m. on march 2nd speaking with a man in a bar in this parking lot. her mother talked with cnn earlier saying she believes her daughter was abducted. >> i just want him to know, please bring my baby back home to me. please. it's very hard. it's very hard. i can't sleep at night. i can't sleep at night. i can't eat. i keep thinking about my child and where she could be. i just want her back. so please, if you're listening and watching this, please bring terrilyn home. please. that's all i want. i want her home. >> so hard to hear. our hearts with that family. >>> also missing is monette's 2012 black honda accord. anyone with information on this should contact new orleans police right away. >>> about 30 miles south o
. [ beep ] day. >> reporter: jeannie moes, cnn, new york. >> oh, my god, i love nana. >> dancing nana. she's great. she's good, too. you got some moves. >> i got moves. you have better news. all we have to do is play the dougie. >> "run around sue". >> that was big in my day. >> we have to go. "erin burnett out front" starts right now. >> six months after the attack in benghazi, a suspect finally being held. we believe we know his name and where he is from. >>> plus, president obama appears on israeli television. did he move the red line on iran's nuclear program? >>> and there's another smelly problem on a carnival cruise line. let's go "out front." good evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett. out front tonight, justice at last. a man suspected of involvement with the september 11th terrorist attack on american diplomatic compound in benghazi is being held in libya. let me go through the basics of what we know about him. his name is faraj al shibli. he dois a national from libya. it's been six months since chris stevens and three other americans were killed after militants linked to al qaeda
the courtroom for the entire time. that's coming up in just a moment here on cnn. at least two people were killed today when a small corporate jet crashed into a neighborhood in south bend, indiana. police say three others were injured. the two fatalities were believed to be aborted plane. the jet struck two hours houses before becoming embedded next to a third and they reportedly experienced mechanical problems while on a flight from tulsa, oklahoma. >>> members of the seton hill university women's lacrosse team wept for their beloved coach at a memorial service tonight. ♪ the chapel was standing room only, filled with mourners. coach kristina quigley and her unborn son were killed when the team bus crashed on the way to a game yesterday. the driver of the bus was also killed. three members of the team are recovering from injuries and were unable to attend the service. >>> two inmates escaped from a maximum security prison in a hijacked helicopter in canada this afternoon. according to police, two gunmen ordered the pilot to fly to the prison near montreal. they lowered a ladder. the in
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